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WORK ON THK TARIFF BILL.
DEMOCRATS T<> SEE THK CONFERENCE REPORT TO-DAY. TWO PAYS Tl? Hi l?lVHN POM HKBATE IN THK HotSK-?.pt?.? D-BLAI BAP-BJ'fBD M THK SKNATE. Washington, July Is.-The Indications to-night ar?? lh?! ths Tariff MU, as agreed to by the Re? publican conferrees yeeterday, probably will have Ph-mJ both houses of Congress and be a law at tb?? ?nd of the pteeeal ??????!?.. Delay? and com? plications now unanticipated might somewhat pro? long the flnul Struggle. Tb?? U-publican cen ferr. ?- tuve been working bard ail ?lay. oonsultlns ami arrangtag .l?.? Sel ill? ?>f tb?? report, whleb they now believe they will I.? aid?? to submit lo their Democratic colleagues t?_-uiorrow saornlng. Th?? bulk of tills work has fallen upon the should. ? of Senator Allison aid Governor Dingley, who are peapailng th?- atatementa ?.f th?? ?ffect of the chants mad?? by the eonfOfTOQ?, which will be submittcii to their respective houses. They have had g small arm? Of ?1 ? rks al work throughout the ?!ay In tiie loom ol tli?.? S'-nat?? Commit?.???.? on Finance, preparimi tin bill for the printer, if this task .an !.. ?? ompllshe^ to-night, so thai th?? printed bill ?an be laid before tt??- Democrats to? morrow ?soralng, thi d?bats will begin in the House to-morrow afternoon. It Is not bel?,?? ed that there vili be any disposi- j tlon on the part of the Democratic momhirs of the confidence to delay the 1,111 In full committee, but the Democrats have bad no meetlas to ileiaimlne their course of SCtioS on this point. Covern?.r Dingley opr? ?<e?l the opinion Io-night that an hour would be sum i. nt lime In which i?? explain the rhsnee?? made by th?? ?sonferree? t?> the minority solleagues ??? th?? committee, One or two of the Democrats gre to-nlghl Inclined to Insist upon ,? day tor deliberation on the change?, but they, ??f course, realise thai lh? y ar.? helpless if the ma? jority desire to repon tc?- !>),! OV?W tl!???.!- protest, and. lnasmu-h as the Republican leaders of the House dec?..]?.] : ? ?? gbl :.. ??!?,.? two ful! ?lays for the discussion Of the fpporl in the House, they pi win seguisse? iti ti-..- decision of the majority to ?sake the report to-morrow. TWO DAYS TO BS GIVEN' IN THK HOUBE. All along tli? Republican leader? have been dis posed to allow hut OM day for dthate in the House, and, while they still believe ?.ne day would be suf? ficient, after discussing the question to-nlRht they decided, more to disarm the points the minority would lv sine to make ani tie general crlticUm that the report was to be dragooned through the House, to ulve two full day? for d. bate. The report must, of cours.?. !.. H-t??.! upon by the Houae before it Is consider.- in th? Senat? Th.- Committee on Rule? will meet to-morrow morning and pr< are rule which w-:;i brins ??? voti on ih.? report before adjournment on Tuesday. t;-,.- nil?? will be pre? sented ani adopt? ! a-- ?oon ,,- the conferrees make their report, probably soon after noon to-morrow. The d? ha ??: immi II ? '?. follow The South Carolina Dispensary bill will !.. to consume time until the report is brought in it to noi bellevi l thai .? eingli ftepublicun vote In the House will be recorded a,:airist the report The programme in th- Senate is much more i?? dennlte, on account of th.- wide latitude allowed [or debate and tiie absence of uny parliamentary in. tho?l of bringing tie report to a vote Thi Dem?,?,?,.?: Senators, it is safe to presume from their talk to-day, Intend to asmi] the compromise or. su?nr t.? which ;!,-? conferrees .i^r.-.i .md to mak?? a pretty .-uff Aghi against ihe restoration to the dutlabli li?? of cotton bagging, cotton Ilei burlaps, etc., which they succeeded, with the aid of the Populists and one or two Republican?, tn placing on the fre.. list. They also will mak? stroiiK opposltl .?? to the restoration of White plue to the House rate of ? per thousand. Some of the Democratic Senator? to-day discussed the possi? bility of defeating the report in the Senate on the presumption that they might be able to secure as many votes agalnat the report as thi y did to piaci p on the free list. Hu'i no one Im- ' agines seriously tha? the repon is In any danger in the Senat-! when it comes to ,?. final voie. And moreover, the most prominent of tbe Democratic Senators freely . \pr. ss ti,.? opinion thai the risht ; ? the Benate, though it may be spirited, will be brief. They believe a vote ?till be reached within three .lay- In ih? Senate THE PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE. Th?- parli mentary procedure on conference report? may hav?? an Important bearing ??n th.? ?ourse of this debate la t!.?? Benate. A question has arisen as t?? tbe parliamentary practice, it is the est?b? il?)?. .1 procedure to Consider conference reports us ?.? snthrety, ro that no vote can he takes on a separat? feature of the np-rt. This report must be accepted or rejected a? a whole. This practice becomes important In view of the desire amona th???. opposing t s bill to secure a separate vote on sugar, lumber, cotton ties, cotton baggmg, ?ind '. other Items which have aroused exceptional inter- | ,.?. Out of '.be conferrees, who is an authority on ; parliamentary procedure, said to-night: "There can be no doubt that th?? conference re? port musi be considered as an entirety. The rul ? _? of Speaker Risine, speaker Carlisle and others j hav- pieced that beyond contfsversy, and the same rule has been observed In Ihe Benate. The only gusetton before the House Is: Shall th.? report be accepted or rejected as ? wool?" For that reason m m lion relating tc sugar, cotton ties, cotton bagging, or anj other Item ot the report is in order. The voti will be taken on sgreetne to the entire report, and it is only by defeating tb.?? re? port aa ? \?h?.i" thai it would be possible to reach any special it. m. Should the entire report be re lectcd then a motion would b? in order to re? commit th?? bin to the conference, with Instruc? tions "ti any parti? ui.ir subject. Tho itrength of the r? port li<-s in it? entirety." Sono? of tbe opponent? of the Mil in tbe Benate hold that a motion to recommit with Instruction? I as to separat?- Item* would be in order before the vote is taken on accepting the report as an en? tirety but the best parliamentarian? In both branches mo thai the practice is w?!l settled, and ! that the vote musi be taken Hi st on the adoption ! or rejection ot the report, if re.ted, then any oth?r motion would be in order. It l? >?,?r??.? .1 to-day thai ? lere wire some changes ( of wordin? In tb? sugar schedule not noted in the , .,..\ Pre?? ?. | ort la^ night, and that the provision for th- ratification of reciprocity treatlee by the Senate was retained in the modified reci? procity clause. Among tli?? mber things sgreeO tn were the Benate rates on steel tubine and hoi- j low Id?iet? used In the manufacture of l?i?->oie frames' Tbe rate on cotton bagging is Beven tentha of a cent. The House rail was twelve? ? '"senator Allieon and Representative Dingle] were mgaged up to midnight In the preparation of th?? H? confidently believe? thai the whole committee will complete its work by midday, and that the conference report will I* ?uhm!it? .1 to th?? House aTnoon if ?here I? a delay 1?; completing ?*e **on? sfderation of the bill In conf?rence by noon the House will ??? asked to take a reces? for aa hour or two until the repon is ready. TBE SEW REGISTER or COPTBIOBTS. IBOKVAU) BOLSgftO, <?G BOBtOK, APP?1KTED-" HIS HIGH HKii'MMl'MATI'iN? Waaldagten, Idly 11. ThofraM Bolberg, of l?s? ion, lu.? been appointed Register of Copyrights The librarian, John Russell Young, informed him of his .--?b-.-t'.ou on Saturday and to-.lay. Ilr. Bol? berg telegraphed bis acceptance and stated that Be would take ebarge of the department on Tues? day mornlni 1 ' many application? for this position, which, neat to that of the chief se? ni librarian, is tbe most Important place on th?? staff of the n? w library. Mr. Solberg is u native Amerlean cilia n. lie wa> born ?: ? '- i" l1'- Por thirteen years h?? was employed In the Congressional Library, and euHit yean go wai picked 1 \\ by tbe Boston Book Company to take charge of one of it? de 1 irtments 1. ttei and telegrams were seni by the Authors' Copyright League the Century Com? pany, Harper and Brothers. ??. Appleton ? Co., and otn?.. lea.diiii: publishing houses, strongly Urging Mr. Bolberg's appointment. FOUND DEM) AT l* SI8QI ! If. Gloucester, Mass. July IS ? Tin deed body ?-if C. C Farrlngton, of Cambridge, waa discovered by I*??? la ('..le tins n.on..!.? on Avenue Beach, Annie? quam. Mr. Parrlngton wama ?i i *--1 ? ; > respected ?iti zen of Cambridge. He wafmlssed yeeterday after? noon, and a search was Instituted with th?? above result. It is believed to be a case of suicide Mr. Hsnrlngton w-as about forty-Bve ?ear.- old LOST THE BOBE ASI) was DBOWNED. Baventraw, ? Y., July IS (Speciali. John Ada? raski. S young Hungarian, lost his ;if.? while iakl:.? a mtdnlgl I bath lest night. Adarlski hail been ?bout town with ft ?en.? ?,?; 1!.. evening, aad bad bought a new suit of clothe? In which to appeal ?. -?...? ? ?? un Ins ton,?? t..? told bis rri.'ti..'i. ??,.?,? mid g< 0 the rlv. r and have a bath. a?..? ai y? o'? l?.? ? started for tbe ? 1 ?>?-?. - of th Excelsior Brick Compan? Adarlski could no! .-wim. but. trustliiK '?? .? ?..).? to keep him sfloat, he plunged Into fifteen feci ?<f water. Hi loal hi? hold of tbe mpe and lmined_niely --auk His friend?alerted bi ?earcii of him. sad lu le? than thirty minutes from the Urn?: he ba?i i?". them they recovered ths body. _ Hf-Od'S Ar*' 9rVM8%\g tiivu 1 ?. et-ywhi te as se_ywM *9 a rni, j ,.??,.,?! <?,.. ubar Pi!?s 111 Thi IlVer, le? ali, leave th?.? bowels in j. .-itili ?. .._.?...??. 28?, ?\f\ Tons of Roses t/U Years' Success. Colgate's Soaps and Perfumes. LETTERS TO THE EDITOR. ?NE THK CARLIN CUSE. ra Htirr.isKN-TATivKs; dbbbmBaa THE ???????8? G???? IT IN SPAIN. To the Editor of Th?? Tribune, Sir: By ebano? I have seen to-day an answer to the article you published June _f, about tin.? Tarlisi cause in Spain, signed by "M. 8.." in which It Is Bflrnied that the Carllst cause Is as dead In Spain to-day aa the Stuart eau?, le lu Kngland. which the writer affirms from poraongl knowledge of af? fairs during hi?.- sojourn In Spain. Of course. 1 know th..t every one. ln the gratter ! ?-f Ideal? and Illusions, llnds Just what h<* Is look? ing for. and judges according to the treatment he haa received So true Is this that, although I do not know to what time the writer refers, 1 am sure thai I found .lust the contrary of what he re? lates only a few months a?-'?. In the case of not only some who were Interest.??! in the matter, but also r?verai Impartial person; then travelling with me. 1 wiil not iHacoss the Dob Carlos programme as explained by tbe writer, for hi- gives proof of not having any Idea of it; BOT would I have space t to disclose the correct one. In place of the old story I have been hearing Mace I was barn, and which seems to he a great success, since it has not suf? fered change, not even for the sake of euphony. Tbe Situation In Spain ls. simply and truly, as follow?: The peopl?? are dissatisfied, which has resulted in several toaras in riots and the consequent arrest? On no occasion have the Government of the He. gency and the Spanish Nation known wedded hll^s; 1". is no lunger a question of coldn'ss- the divorce Is complete between the two. The people, bled lo death, understand that there can he no compati? bility BOtareen them and th?* institutions to which they have resigned themselves. They have civ? ? without measure their bl?>cd and their money, be? cause it v.us their belief that all th?? saciiftces j that were asked of them wre Intended for the ? national salvation und honor. A new Ugh! has ! been thrown on the? situation, ll has been sen thai the only tiling to be BaVed was ihe dynasty j Imposed by fore.?. The right? of th- Nation, the j honor of the army, Ihe blood of offspring all have ? been trampled under fool in order to Insure f"r one day longer the reign of the Arch-duchees Christine, As a consequence she, who has ii?vr been loved, ; whose fault has been not to know bow or tn be able to assimilate hers. If to her new motherland, asking everything o;' th?? foreigner, from tl.?? p?e lit: ,.i password to her privat.? aftalrs. Is now ] judged. The people, coldly logical, have at one ? leap u.v:?? from the first to th?? extreme conse? quence, arguing thai it Hi?? obstacle In the way of the nailon le Ita Institutions, they ar?? to blame, rather than Intermediary ministers. According to I the historical law <?? Justice, thqse who have re? fused to see in Spain sugbl else than th?? dynastic Interests ?y an excess of seal hav?? giv?ui the "COUP ?I? grftce" to the Basse dynasty. In Snaln. you can proclaim it . -v. rj when . noi a single ?1 phonslst remains?beyond s certain set of society an?! publie officials, ol course. Am,>",< the working classes there are many re? publicana uf t!,.? worm kind, so bad as to Inspire their own ckiefa aith terrei, who hav?? no other policy than t.? divide and subdivide In order to pre? vent the onward march of tin? ferocious Anarchists who moki up M per ceni of w?e republican? in Spain The mass oi' the peasant ? is?. In the north. In Catalonia, and all over Spain. one mai ?ay (aacepi In me Andalusian prov. ?ate:?, up by Socialism?, remains profoundly CarII'?? 1 Among tin- grand and bonest rural populstloi completely devoted to the cause, the tension I? extreme. This streng and health) people are more than dissatisfied?they are in despair. From thou? sand? of Carllst bom. s resounds one unique clamor, going i?> th?? Lorodan Pala? in Venie*, aaklns for arms and fur orders, in view of a formidable i-ut burai against the cowardice snd Ineptitude of the governing body nt Madrid, li needs all the bound? less love thai our chief has vow???) t?> Spain to hold himself in presence of this ardent an.l unanimous appeal. But if the weakness of the Government continues to cover with shame vh?? name Of Spain. l fear that the patrioti?*** that binds bla bands a n timo when his cans.? is easy, because hi* sue.ess woulil Involve th?? loss of Cuba, this same patriot Ism will force him lo action. Then hi shall not fail al duty's call and th.? appeal of his forraei I companions in arms, who also ar?? calling him, and Who will once mor.? s??.- him In their midst. Meanwhile, he feels it his duty tn leeommend ? prudence and lo acl within tbe sphere of legal ?t ganisatlon?created, developed and admirably di? rected by il?? Marquis De Cerralbo, with the civil ? elements grouped around him. a numerous pr? ss iu all th" Kingdom, and ohosen representatives in l Parliament, as well as valuable sympathies in the corps of young olii?e??, dlsguated with the Jobbery of which the army Ii actually a victim, together with the veterana who foli<?w?*d him through the war during four years, and who have left sa a glorious legacy to their children t'vlr sentiments and th?? profound conviction that he la the one de? signed by Provld?ence as the last and supreme hope for the resurrection of our country. It I>. 1>K LA CORTINA. New-York. July 1?. 1M7. ttlHI'S AR MILLINERY ORNAMBNTd. To the Editor Of The Tribune. Sir: in your issue of July 9 Is a two-column ar? ti??!.? in th?? Interests of the Audubon societies of th? siate of Mew-York, which ?motes a recent law, enacted by the Legislature and slgneil hy the Gov? ernor, regarding tbe handling of wild birds within the limita Of this State. The Impression has none forth from that article, which the society has in all probability no intention or desire to convey to the public, tiint the wearing Of such birds is con? trary to law or In violation of such law. A bill was introduced in the last Legislature by Repre? sentative Abili, of Brooklyn, which passed both houses but failed to become ft law for want of the Governor's signature, and which would, If enact? ?1, prevent tho sal?? of birds, bird skins and bird plumage as articles of millinery ornament within the domain cf the State; but as such a law do??* not exist, there is nothing whatever to prevent the sale of the above articles anywhere within the limits of the Stat?? of New-York Kindly publish tbe above information, is many of your raedera who are engaged either in the ? ... a'?* or retall millinery business may be ad? vised of the faci that It is noi unlawful for them either to have in tli>-ir poeaeaslon birds, bird skins and lard plumage, <>r to effect the sale ther? of, n??r Is it unlawful to wear such bir Is. bini skins ami bird plumage. The publication of the above will be appreciated hv all your render? throughout the State who are Identified with millin? ry Interests CHARLEA W. FARMER, Editor of "The Millinery Trade It? view." N?w-York, July IX. IggT. ? "1IKI.I, GRUMMET" AND "HELOR A MITE." To the Editor <?r The Tribune. Su : The Tribune iu so accurate that it pleases me to be able, on lh<? author.ty of "The Century Dictionary," to suggest that tbe favorite ball for buck bass Is noi "hell grummet.*' as used in The Tribun?'s editorial Of July li, but "hillgrammit? ." or "helgramlte." of course, anything Bymphonious with th?? lower r?-'.i?ins w,o?d attract tin- attention of a Calvinlsl und ?aus.? him to plead for accuracy. Rev. JOHN l*. APPEL. Cartael, N. Y , July U, UW. ? DIED FROM AN INSECT BITE. Bast?n, Pean, July la,- Christian Buta, or Lower Moum Bethel, died In the Hast ,? Hospital this morning from the effect? of an buect'a bite irr? orai weeks ago Mutz, who was s wealthy farmer, was ituag on the bead He paid n?. attention t" th ..:?? until s few day? ago, wh n h.? came to the ho ; Ital suffering from blood poisoning. t. //. on/.l TALES IN DEN} ER. 1? ?,?. r July is ? 11 nlriey. of Corning, St? u 1 - ii County, N- Y. bas arrived In Denver, bui he ?!? ,. ?- th? report thai be Casse to marry Mr?. Jane A. Hill because she is th? owner of MtveQO and thai h?? b?cami acquainted with her through a patent medicine advertisement In which his picture was used. Mr <i)ii? y ?ay? thai he knows the persona who started the slanderous 'tory, ?ml thai be will settle accounts with 'In in on his return 10 Corn Ing He -ays he br-enrri?? afpialnted with Mrs !I!1] ihr? e years ago in Albany. N. V. MEI NELL MAKES ..?, FULL CONFESSION. I., tie Rock. Ark . July IL?John O. Melxe|lp the ?. Itlm cashier <?f the gouth Bethlehem Ma? ll nd Bank ??f Reatan, Pean., waived examination yesterday before United atete? Oommtse'oner O'Halr and waa placed In th? penltentlarj pend? ing an order of transfer. ??<? made a full ,-_tif.,, .iiii.ii 'attng in taller of tbe bank ? l CHOCTAW-CHICKASAW SCHEME. Antlera, Ind T., July lv-The Cboctaw-Chlcka saw I'nion party atr?pate? te tree! with the Dawoa Commission, provided tbe Halted rit.it??* Qovern BMB1 win bui ?? of Hi?? ("jfcoctanj ?nei Cklekasaw land outright. Thai will then forni s eolOBy, go Into ?? ? ?? ?" buy a ?"t et land, and hav? in? :r own lands Thei sHy that ? white man ?hall noi nu..?. ? ,,???? The fullbloodS er?? favorably lin d ? Uh :.'-? - ).?-ii . but BOO? but the itnoraiit Cboctaws win go into iu WASHINGTON ? E SWS NOTES. Washington. July 18. AN siMnUCTBD iBlfATOl AMD ? LIVE ('l(?AR.-T)ie occupants of the H? nate gall? r?es wer?? regal???! on Be I m day probably for ths If?* time with the fumes of a ???.?.r wnohed M the floor by a rnited states Renal >r At .:?? ?'? ???, k. when ths ser??nd Ionic executive session of ll??? boily in th?? present week bed ended and \ldtir- Rocked Into the ?alb-rlis, Benate? BUker of Kansas was ob? served ealmly amoklne wim. conversing desultorily with Senator Deboe of Kentucky, Al ntsl it was doubtful whether the cigar.waa actually attghl or 11 SSSS oiiy a "?-olii smoke," but when the volume of eurttng smok.? aacended and ths dignified Benal irhad puffc.i and rested and then rested and putted two or thr.?? tim?-s. wondering ?. ttatora saw that there was no sham in tb? ease at all, but ? veri? tabie ?moke, an.l no mirlan- The feel that Sena? tors ar?? allow, d to smok?? and do other thing? In executive session which ar. nel permissible in ibe public session? account? sufficiently ? >r Mr. Baker*? nonchalant bi bavlor. Till: NRW PERUVIAN MINI8TBR.?Although th?? relations of the taro count rie? bave been r,f th?? mo?t friendly character with an American Minister oentlnuonsly r?sident at Mm?, curiously enough Pern ha? ?.??.?? without ? diplomatic representative in Washington for ?om>? thre? yean past Why thi? b U bees so Is not clearly goder stood but, from whatever ?ause, this conditi?.? of thing? is tu longer to ? xist. The newly accredited Bnvoy Extraordinary ami Minister Plenipotentiary fr?.;n the Peruvian Re? public, Se?or Dr. Don Victor Bgulguren, acoom? panici by Bettor Manuel Klguera, Secretary "f the !>'<ation. arrived In Washington a few day? ago and was received by the Preeldenl on July I. I-'or ti-?? presenl Se?or Egulguren baa taken quarter at the Arlington, but h?? will siui'tl" ?'?? t ? sum?? ptcai? ant place of rceort f.?r the remainder of tbe summer, and after his return to the city he ?ill arrange to establish the Legation. The new Minister is s residen! of Hura, sn Importan) poinl In one of the northern provinces of Peru, where he ii.n occupi? l a prominent place In social and public affairs, hold? ing a diploma as doctor "G ?n.-llin?? and belns recoe nizcii as a savant of more than ordinary standing. It may be added thai hVftor Egulguren la a f?rntle man of pleasln personality, on the sunny side of lif?'"s slop? , snd :?r,m.i! li?? I. PROPEgJaOR LA?RIATi MISflON. Professor U. D. /.?'Ha Lauriat, of thi Prench Insiitute. ., profeaaor in the Agricultural Bchool of Orlgnon, ?'ranc??, is in this country on ? tour ?>f Inspection. "What I hav?? coma particularly to Investigate in thi United BUte?s." he said yesterday, "are tbe school? and oolleges where practical training In finning Is given, the productions of tin various paris of tha country and th.? work ?>f '??e Agricultural De? partment In Washington. T>??? latter ? end to ba carri??! ?>n in ? larger wa) than is attempted In Europe, and I consider the aysten.ployed sd mirable. The laboratory reautta ar?? splendid snd the BtattStlCS ar?? of incalculable value. I ;,tn high ly indebted to Becrctarj vYilaon for bla gracious recaption and the many eourteai? lhal he has tendered me, I ahaP study the agricultural ta* thoda of Pennsylvania and the \? w-England Btat?ra, then g?> W?set to Chicago; thence to Minueaots end thi Dakotas, and on to uni;?,? and California, where I shall spend some time viewing the vineyards. I shall crin?? back Kast and vieil In the . elgnborhood of Lexington, Ky. Bc-lde* Investigatine the cropa, I shall find oui all I can aboui the dairy ? an.l the production of butter and cheese A- y.t I have not been Iona enough In the ? tilted States ?? givi an opinion of any value on the coi p ry, bui what I have Been pleas?? me greu ly. ? hope to know much mori aboui H befor? my tour of In SpeCtlOn Is ended." I - PROSPERITY IN NEW-MEXICO "We have had more rain In New-Mexico th's ?season than In any y.-ar la the la-t two decades," said Bolomon 1.una. a well-known It? pul i:?-an politician and lead? er of that Territory. In conversation yeaterday. "in to*, tha rainfall hsi been greater with ua than in Kansas 01 Nebraska, and a- consequenos the oouatry is in better ihape and looking prettier than any Other par: Of tii?? ?Vest ? in- gramma uravs is luxuriant on the mesas, and stock of all kind- I, rolling fat. Th? greatest Industry <?f New .,?'? \ ? is sheep-raising, and tii? on irra of Bocks a??? :?.! ing pretty .??.ai.for:.ib,.< We are getting 12 centa .? poimd now. as agalnal : durina the Wilson bill period, nnd 1 think our daw of wools will ultimate? ly go to M cents, a-? I havt In the neighborhood of SO.OM sbeep pa my place, ii Is bul natural thai 1 ?hould be a protectionist, aa ar.? all my neighbor? Th.-re an- only aboui one hundred Democrat? all toM in thi county I II ?? In, and .???? thi are in favor of high proti rtlon " INTIZItKSTINiJ POSTAL .STATISTI? S. The delegates from the thlrty-elghl nation? whleh were represented sl tbe Universal Postal Congress di reet the aff.-.irs of ai"?ut two hundred thousand postoli.eoa _nd aboui eigbl hundred thousand ?>tn oers sad employes Thi Qovernmeal of the Lfnlted I ? - lias mor- than one-third of tbi *? "MM tofll? ? . ' unii.-r Its juri.-'ilictioii, and empio* IM.en men to ali? ii'l t.. Its malls i:.:m.'iiiy eomea next, with ?? Aci I .uni ??AtU employ! < ;? ? .,t Itrltaln , has ?,170 postofflce? and ??,?? employe?, I'd ?. : ?'an.id,?. Pran? and Rusais cooM next in order, I.?, Fran'?' ttnr?? are 1AM pofHoflBeea, aod there ere ( only 7."*l in all I, ?? gT< Il H ' Bl m Bmpln J | ..?? 1 has the largasi number of men employed m pi ?? ? portion to the number ?f postonici li is a curi? ous fad that Portugal has IAN ner.- postoti! ea 1 than Spain The smallisi number reported from aaj ?entry is- ti??? Congo Free State, which baa ??nly ten ofleea snd tweaty-rigbi employes in its sonici in respect to tbe numbei of lettera, poetai earda aed newspaper? handled, as ???? a.- to the accuracy of the aervlce, th?? ?'nlted Btatea steads at the heail of BBtlatM ?? rmany OtMBea Bl ? ? | urent Britain third and Austria fourth. ?? w?.m? ? are employed i>> fire.it Britaifl in the poetai service than by an) other nal. The postal ? rd was inv? nt???, i:. Oermany, and ?- in mor?? ??ner.a usa in lhal eouatrj than anywben ??a,? in the world The United ?wtatas exceeds all othei : In ths total circulation ol lettera nd nea paper?. This Oovommem ? two Milton im.? ! cent postage stami ill) "?? t als bundred ! thousand. im;i . tw?*lvr million ihrei ???i.t stampe, twenty million four-ceni atamp fifty iiillllon tl\? ??ut alami??, whi ? an used ..I i in?'Ht exclusive!) foi foreign let turi Bwltserland ; ha? the largesi number ol poatoffices in proportion to her area that la one ti ev?sry tA iuar< miles? ? and New-Zealand im thi largeal number in pro ! portion to ber population, one :?< ??,?:. UO , ople, ? abili down In the ronzo ben ?.?? only on? pot ??lili e f.?r even UOA.0M of population snd i?ii._M ! * ? u ir?? ml',? ol ar??., Tb< united Btatei : . , poi iiiffl? ?? io i-ver) fifty ?I* -non? mil. and i?> ?.??. i:?'. ot population. Un-al Itrllnln has a poet? offioo for every ?la -mm?. aaJUea ot territory ...?.,? A Suggestion When In ?.??ill?! fSfSnUBg ? Summer Gift for ? fOOBJ STQ-Bgg friend, ??????????t that noth itiK in move useful or si-iis?m.??1 ?I?? than n Belt of Inn? leather with a Silver ltm_.lt>, inaile lliroiiirliiiiit by Gorham Mfg. Co. SILVERSMITHS. Rroadwsy A 10th St. 'j.'i Msttea Lana, for every I.'.?1.1 of popula tlon. New-goutb Wales Is i,?. onl) country thai csceeda th?? United Biete? in tin- number of pieces of mail mailer handled per Inhabitant. The United Stnies Oovernment has six times tin? length of post routes by railroad of any other country, a total of M9.?13 miles. Germany comes next, with 2T..i:t miles; Kran????, 2.'>.?*?; Itus sia. A,SU; Hungary. IkSJg and ho on down to Slam i? il. h has only Iwenty-IIVS miles of railway, and ?(..? Congo Cre? State, which has none Japan ?tanda aeventeenth in th?? list of natlona according to ihe length of post rout? s ?nul the amount of money paid f..r the transportation ?<f mails, ?he exceed? ''hill. Portugal, Denmark, Norway. Egypt ?nd sev.ral other countries, It ?OHts $X|.ii0O,flil0 ,1 year to maintain th?? postal service in the united Slates; Oermany sp.ui.ls |iw.ihw.ik?i; Oreat Hrltain, fix,!??',' W; France, ttt.000.000; Russia, $21,000.000. (ir. it Hrltain rank?-? a prottt of lULW.Ml a year ?.ut nf her postal service; Prance, nearly ???'.????.????: Russia, }h.i)ij),???"; Qermany, ?,???,???; Spain, $1,5??,???, un?l even India and Japan 11,500,000 .ach. while It co-t.? the United Sta;?'s over ??.??,??? a year above her receipts, and Canada ?????1>? ti.niio.oon.' The only ?ither nations which ?I?? not derivi a profit from the postotlli-.'s are New-South Wales, Bulgaria, VICTOR BOUIOURBK. (Recently appointed Mlnleter from Peru.) Norwa?, Luxemburg, Slam, ?'hill, l'ero. Bolivia an?! L'rugua). BORROWING! PROM A PRIVATE. Lieutenant? ?'??loiii-l Henry R. Noyes, of the "I Cavalry, owes bla rejection by the Benate last week to his re? ported habit of not paying bis debts. This waa the general canai of the Beante? action, bul there was one ?asc in particular upon which the committee based its advera? report, and upon which the Benate Indorsed the committee Borne year? ago, aben colonel Noyes aa? assigned to one of the Western posta according ?r> th? t?stimon\ sub? mined to th?? committee, be borrowed a large sum . ? m.y, said ?? ?..? several thousand dollars, from one of the enlisted men in hi? own regiment. Thai ?UCh a rum of money could lie borrowed from a private wem? Incredible, but th?? testimony before ?ii?? committee showed that this man. whose name Hn committee refused to dlSClOSS, was a frugal individuai ??- aas lbs barber ?.' the regiment and his wlf? was th?? laundress Between them they laid up .? con?! lerable sum ol nones in the course of y?:,rs. Colonel Noyes succeed? I in borrowing it. lint fron tini.? to lin?,?- paid back portion? of It. After th.? enlisted mar. era? mustered out of the lervlce, it Is seid, ih. Colonel declined to make any further payment?. Th.? soldier brought suit against his former commander for th?? remainder ..: ,,,.? moues, an.? secured a Jud~menl for 11.800. It was sud t.. tli.? committee (hat Colonel Noyes, In hli Mill, pleeded the statute >?f limitati.ms', tirs? having told th.- soi ?? r thai l? h?? sued In- would nevi ? ge! a cent, It appears, h ?wever, thai Colonel Noyes, in an effort to liquidate som?? o( his Indebt? edness, some time sgo placed an order with the Paymseter-Ueneral to deduci one-third or his pay ? ??- thai purpose, but tin? s.il.ll? r was not tli. . lary of tba: fund. Twice sin.?? this churn?? Inu been made has Colonel Noyes been promoted, m.I t!?.? .n.?? :?? l'a- never been raised against him. !? was ih. Intention some tins? ago, it i> said, to court-martial him on account of tuia matter, The - on ?a is appointed and organised, but the ult? ? ?es failed to appear, /mi! there was nothing to put In th?? record against blm. Colonel Noyes is now on leave at Los Angeles, l'a!. EPWOBTB IE 101 /: RALLIES. CLOSE OP Tit:: CONVENTION IX TORONTO LAST M'.IIT. Toronto, .julv is. i-'iv?? farewell rallie? to-night closed th?. greatest convention th?? Bpworth League lias eve? held. All live meetings wit?? mark?.I by great outburst? ?t religious fervor. Al M.i ? ? Music Hall th- greatest meeting ?vas ?.? id. The building was crowded to Ita f?lle M ca? parity by over Bve thousand persona, addresses were delivered by l?r John l>. Picklea, of Beaton; tin- Rev. s. I?. Hose, o.? Montreal, and ti;?? Rev. .!. ??, Holllngsworth, of Oreencastle, lad. At the Metropolitan ?'hurch th.? speaker? wees th" it. v i; M Campbell, of Charlottetown, !' i?:. I.; !.. r, C ? Ham.-.lav. of Memphis, T.-nri., and !!, ? It? v. ? ,??1\ S. H.n,I, of Kin??:,.a, I',:,n a: Cooke's Church tbe Rev, Qeorge w Lirown, Of Norm Adams. Mas?, and th?? It? v. W. P. Ilain .?,.-, .?* Memphis, Tenn., ????re the speakers, A: t;.. Pavilion th?? ?peakers were the Rev Ed? win ll Hughes, of Maiden, Mass ; tl,.? It? v. w. ?. Pin ? r, of Bowling Oreen, Ky., and the Rev. M. Bwadncr, of < 'inelnnatl Al Broedwa) Tabernacle the ?? v. ?'. T. Scott, of gt, Thomas, Ont.: th?? Rev, J M. Tboburn, of Otre It, and ti.?? Rev, ? n. Ratton, ??( Kalantasoo, Ml? a.. mail iddresses, ? TBE PBTBOLBl ? ? ? Itl<ET. I'll, ?-? Weis no Mirtini.; Ssvileseisats In th?? ?.Il li? l.ls Tt.?- n.ov | roilii.?'.t. in .luly will not .?uu.il ti ,( m .Iti- TI.?-re is a il. ? ? ? ??GG?? ai 111?' dally . .f pell .1? .im ? ?hurler?. WliU- I'.ni|ilei> r,. r,o< l?i. I.i.r.-ii??- ,'i let '!??? ?,? l.i.?t 111 ll'li to I,.???,? ut ft, :!.?? ?catii waa ,?? greal us bad be? aspect??!, lng ?- p.? tab!? at pipe-ltn? movements eoaipiled ir ?? ?'.;? Bgurei ?.f "Tb? <?n 'Mtj Derrick'': Figer?? In bl.Is J.ji.e. '.?.. .lui???.'.?'!. Mini??, .luti??,'!?;. ?- ?.441.?VI 2.SSI.71I -.<>:? 1-1 ?_.??:??.?.?,?,.? ?? ??! deliver!?! ... ^. ?18. IT'? --IST'?- 2.MMM I.CAS.OS. .;?- -:?,?-.r_t?? mj.tJSI :??:, ??.?!> 9*9.006 Dan* av. r-.-? u-t?. M 'ol :??;???7 ???. ???4 91,099 ?,,,?. .?.-. deliver!? '.?.??'.? 14.9U M l.'.i kS.LM Dali* ?? ?tre?? .. .i,?. ?]__7?? II.ISS -.?.M II.T.I7 ?..? -? ? i"? ;- 7.Q.1.SM .a???.?. ll.tSMt? ???????" .????.?? ??-? Ths part??' ??????? ? ""? retenu f. m tul?- ? ti 11 (r?iart?rt ... ? ?? .?? foli mm: t..?-i Dell* ? Ms averse*. July, ".??. .? ?.??"?-.???.?"? S?,?w? no,n_9 i. ?-ii-s .1.??-?G. si.-si s?; ?<,; Bsc??* rana . __!?___! '?'?'"?''' ???-* ???.?.M? T'-"-' ?Mils t;.??.:. It? :1t?..I netrokruati Ei?ed st LSI ei-nts t>er ssli'.n in ? reis km 1.35 e ate in imii? ?t Ken v-.rk, Philadelphia ; . na on ? basis I petals lower, K-i.-lra quotation? **re: l/n<! ?, G?' pe? Imperial gallon; Catwerp, 1"? f m. - ? ?r I??? Wll ?.?, uil l'.: m? a. G, 1.? inulks per oil 1< 11..?.. AbOUl tb- Sam? Thing? HU? Von noi? ? pump n lires for me any more, though yo'i did before v. ? v. ? ? ?? in irried, No, I ?ion'., but ? raun Ih? wind ?a keep >ou going In other "'ays."- (Cincinnati l_ii<4Ulrer. A MODERN CAGLIOSTRO. JAN VAN ?????? BOUM IM PARU AND ITS lURPRISINO CONTF.NTS. Prom The l'ali Mall OaBOtlO. AVIth the vivid Impr? ssl.iu still loft on my Piind of the troeentrlcltlea of If. Jan Van Beerra ilrst London exhibition, and of the marvels and sur? prise?; which he -Heptayed st the famous supper which ho gave in Boad-et, some tiv?? years ago. ? gladly accepted his imitation to go t?? see him m d his new house when I was list in l'uri-, and mv pieasur.?, although iBtaaalfied t?y expectancy, was in no way illsaptiolnte?! ? long driv.?, for the h?.use is situated near the Dot? de Boulogne and the fortification?, brought ua to M van Beer* a door, which was opened bj ? tiny maldaervnnt, and aa w?? penetrated tin? Inner hell our bosi came forward to do tin- honors and sot tb? part of cicerone. Already in the vestibule we hare ob? served that all was green of varying shades, that the heavy velvet curtains were "f the particular tint of Paul Verone-*?, and lhal the white curtains were support???! by the heada of ual e ?. In th.tr.? of th?? lull octagea ahaped -was a candelabra copied as to th? bo* troia thai In the Cathedral ??* Milan (twelfth century), bul Ihi reat, a group ??f copper branche? Imitating the plant known as "bleeding heart?." each little pink heart, of which there ar?? at least forty, containing 11??? - trie lu-lit. Inviting us to pass under a heavy portiere, at. Van Beer? took ua lino a completely durkon d room one ?????? of which he su.id ..iv Illuminati*?!, how-ver. and we beheld a llfe-elsed, tinted statue of ..ur Mother Eve, wi;h mas-tee of long real hair, and the scarcity of clothing which was th?? faahlon In her day; aha ??< atunding under un apple tree, and In on? ban.I h?'l?l tin? fruit to Which W? OW? BO miii'li. ? serpent twined round the tree was whispering in h?-r oar. Tbea, when th? whole room wa.? lighted up, we saw <ui a Qreek ped? ata! four figure? supporting the world, and this w* w.re told was an enlargemeni of a German work sf the seventeenth century at .Smith Kensington Museum. The globe Is of ruby-colored glass. <?<>? taining electric Ughi This atood oui strikingly against a background of canary-colored satin. twisted and drap-rd round the m-.-ks .?f giraffe*, standing ihetr natural beichte, and iculptured by Courtier. In another small room opening from ? i??* hab we Bgaln came upon Courtiers w??rk in th?? shapi of thirty llfe-elsed and colored kittens seam poring all over the ? hit?? friese ami columns In? deed, this tiny mom U all whin?, even to the heavy curtains, which i??k like g)orlfl?ed blankets, and nre attached t., whit.? poles by rimrs formed of hi* white pearls. (???? TOUCH OF COLOR. The onlv touch of olor Ir. the room Is secured by etchings autogrsphed i>v the donor?, Alma-Tadema, Bouguereau, fl?r?me, Mlllala, Munkacsy, etc. Cer? tain details of the apartment were suggested by the l ifanta'a palace al Saragossa. Aa are lefl It w?? almost jostled the bust of a pope by Ambolse. We paaaed up a beautiful atalrcaaa end into ? pict? ure gallery In the Greek style, hung and car? peted with purple, where each gemlike picture stood on a bronae aland rowned by a reflector which threw th.* electric UKht on to Ihe work. W" walk???! through a litt la Japanese room and in'.'? M. Van it? eras Indo-Chinese bedroom, of which the prevailing colors are bright green, orange and gold. This room Is more or less a reproduction of on?? in the Palace of Ang-Kor-wat; tbe bed is made of four in,irmous leaves of the palm ap?eles; on the celling above i a colored bass-relief representing a prln.?? and princess ami their courtiers ??? ? bark rowed by thirty oarsmen. Pacing the bed is a window, through whi u w?* perceived sn Ital? ian panorama, adroitly mulatlng infinite ?lis? tane.? The root:: Is lighted by bran? lies of metal newer* studded with emeralds, and supported by Hindoo divinities. Beautiful; bul what s grewsome room In which (o sleep and, siili mor,?. In which lo waki ??! ??'? ther.* are many more Hindoo g? ' a tered about la It, aad many mirrors cun? ningly arranged tn reflect them We wen pi-as. to leave th? as grinning, glaring delti? - and to nasa into an octagon room In the Moorish style lighted from below through ? ?lass floor. This flour ? arranged to represenl the old Jeu de l'ole sn obstacle game play?*] wltb ??'??? an.l known In ?very age and country by some different name. M. van Beer? Invited us to sil on cushions on the Moor and piav a round, but we thirsted for mor?? marvels, and rontlnuw our In? vestigations. Th<? wails and .? Illngi ??? re com? posed of coplea of fragmenta of the Alhambra at ?irmi?!.?. In bright red ami cobi. !?y ibis timi* more Kngllsh and Americans had rome, and M. Van Beers asked us to come and drink tea. S?? w?* adjourned to the dining-room, where mor?? sur? prises ? waited ua To aay thai h Is lovely Is but mildly to express the feeling of admiration wlili which, ?;,!? .?. one i Inspli ?d in going over tbe whole of this wonderful house M Van Be? rs has searched cathedri ? la ? , convents all over tt"? world, end h copied or adapted whatever Beamed to him i'.iosi be: ntlful a id desirable In them. PINK LIGHT BFPECTP8 Tbe dining-room window In ibis way happens to be ? cop) of the rood lofi <>f Limogea The Miree windows are of mauve bevelled [?-??, surround ?? by call?.ell.Mis of pill pi?' "?.l-- .id lei In t'.l'U?! frames. The three support? are composed of tinted nude women, with trm pareni wlngi atudded with gart;??!.??. Other supporta an In the alyle of t!:?? Flemish renaissance, navlng as rnpllals women's hand-?, flesh-colored, wrists ?urrounded by brace? lets set with blu? . ml groen atone?. Prom the cen? tre of the celling hangs a big bi II of gold and sil? ver, with eivhi sides t?, it. made t?> match the win? dow. This lull bangs from a terrestrial ?Join- at? tach? ?i to a golden sun. which Is surrounded by Blond?. In and around ?hese clouds ?? fH?rht nt angoli* ?women and children In ??????? i.iir wing Heir way. Thi -?? are ft? ih-co?ored, and their draperb ? ?re of blue, mauve and white. I'nder Ihe bell a grout? supports ? dish to hold fruit The table nn? derneath la mude of gla?ts and bra.-- covered with the flneat transparent cambric, and He* Ughi com? from below, alternately pink and yellow. | The centre of the table, a squnre of Ivor) frame In ltenalassi.ee brasi st;nt?l<??! with precious si nes, al ? s given moment dlsoppearrcl while we were there, ' and Instead a trnyful of ihe coetllesl delicacies, "the poor bachelors ten." appeared, prop lied by ' an Invisible lift. As we complimented M Van ? Beer? on his achievements, and called him a mod? ern Cagliostro, we asked how Ion?.? he ha?l taken to accomplish thla chef ri'ieuvre "For four years, ' be laid, "l bava had Italian and P?emlsh work- : men and many othrra here, ?:\>? touching his forehead ?ugg? tlvel) "I am Mir?? often have tu. ? | said to themselves, "The ;.r gentleman, he has a . fly In his hat.' " II?? bow?"i us out, and we did not ! ??ven aee the huh? maldst-rvanl again. Small won- , der at hi ? s.z.?. |f all the strvh'i ot tbe i. is done aa automatically is the waiting ??t : ible .1 sVVI'Dsll?? ON RECIPROCITY. ? SOUTHERN AMERICAN COMMERCIAL REP? RESENTATIVE! TX PHILADELPHIA THE PARTY'? PLANS. Phlladelpkla, duly '.?..?The commercial p p*h tenta? j tives of Mexico and Central and South An.? ri. .. who returned last night from their forty ?lays' lour of the Industrial cintres of the country, a?seinbled to-day at tin? Philadelphia Commercial Mus. um 1 and held a symposium on th?? subj.ct of reclproc . Ity. The meeting was of s parliamentary nature, j and a number of speeebee wen? nnni??. Bcverul <?f ! the delegates expr seing deci?4?rd views <>u the tar? ; Iff question. A general discussion of the subject follow, d. i>r. Qustav Nelderleln, sdentine director of the Mu?eum. presided. l'\ a*ay of Introduction he sabl. "The United States Congress is now passing the Tarisi bin, and in the amendments s special power is given t?? the President to lower the tariff quota? tion M per ceni for es ih artici? which eaa ba in? cluded In treuil? ? <?i ?reciprocity. Tbe question of reciprocity ia the most dlfBcull in tbe world'.- econ? omy, ami OUT taatltutlon has lieen Mtabttahsd with the aim to come nearer the solution of this great problem. <>ur congres? la a part of thla work IVe limited ourselves this time t?> America as th?? part of the world which not only historic?ally and geo? graphically shall b. considered as one, awl which also commercially and economically has common Intentata." The most pronounced free-fader cf the party, Arthur S. II. Hitching?, of Rio de .lam?n., tld that he thought the exceptional advantage? I'ui ada was giving io Great Britain were legislative blunder:, and time wo tld prove It The) were opposid to the broad and liberal laws which se? cured to England her extensive foreign trade. H could not ??? ??? ??? that their reciprocity wouli laai long, and it would be still more dlfBeull to have exceptional law? favoring the many nation? ob thi American ontlnent. Mr. Hitching?'? view? were forth?? na ?at pari sec? onded b) Carlo? Lia Ki.-tt. un estensive exporter j of wool and hides from the Argentine Repub'lc, but Mauro I'. rnamii _. former Mlnlater of Finance ??t ?Os?? Rl a. Central America, made a strong plea , In favor of proti? Mon. The meeting hereupon resolved it.-? if Into a de? bate between the free-tradci and the prouctlon isis ,.f the party l.ouis A. Dillon, ol Iv lador. ???.? ??- a? .i.i , thai his counur) Importi ? much mort- from the united sut. ? tbau the) exported , to them, but the business men of hi? country had found that ther could do belter with Kur pe where ???,?.?, were enabled ?? ? ?tire much smaller ? ? freight i" Perrari Perea, apeclal repr?sentative , of tin- M? Bica ? Government, ?? Id that ai bla coun? try Increased Iti Industri??? u had been at the same tim?? reducing its tariffa Captain J. for.bin Da Orata, engin? ?r and nuval oncer of Brasil made another frje-tfod? argument, characterising ihp present Tariff bill as a monstrosity. Other iddresses of a more general chara? ter were niu.ie ..;. Alejandro Garland, of Lima, Peru; Item?. g. Price, ol ' ol? i.ibi.i, and Antonio ?. Delfino, of Caraca?. Veni suela, Afi?r the Renerai dtoeuasloB which followed ti?.? party weal to Willow drove, ?here dinner was served. To-morroa there wU] ??? anotbei meeting al the Museum, and then ine delegate? will dis? perse. Many ?ill go ?? Europe, outers will n'inali?, in this country to continu? their studies of It? In ?ii?? tries, and ??* me will return directly bom??. Thoei who will remain ore solicit Ing a? lit Iona I inform i tlon ii ?m the marchants and manufacturers ?>f ihe United gtates, and will reciprocate with all tha data required pertalnlag to their ???. ? countries. ? A DOG sTol's iv ELEVATED TRAIN, A big log aaeed on ih?? dovnt?wfl traek of the Blxth-ave. elevated railway at ? o'clock reoforo-) morning, aboui laro buadrod yard? below the ata Uob at Elghty-nrat-oL ii,.* be got then tu? one could |e||, bui ilu engineer Stopped his train sud denl) .md there was ?orni ce gen attoi imong ih passengers. Thi engineer sol down ? im bis '? ib .???! a ll:? ? ? -?? l pol v. ben the ilo? to? J ? iRglrig IiIm tall In a friendly manna I waa enticed r?> ti..? station platform, and there t..? V? rt?.r suared him Into the street msf??u F8J?L?i NC/AlH Every ingr?dient in Hiics Root'ocer i?, lie.ilth giving. The blood is I improved, the MfTM ?'soathsd, the s toss a chi ]"bcticf.lcl l?y this delicious | beverage. HIRES Rootbeer \ Quenches the thirst, tickles the palate ; full sfMsp, "?j?.?rkle ' ami ^fTcrvesccttcc. A temper? ance drink for everybody. It ?el; tf IS? Chfr!?. 9. Mir-.. ? - fMM^MS ? .???(? MSSl *"? t% ? ?,?. Unripe fruit, e!i?riRes In drtakteg eater, climsli?- .-??, ?te Ih? pria? tpal ? was? ot SUMMER COMPLAINTS RADWAT*? SB?DT ttWUttP takes lataraallp, turn 8? t?. ii?? g? p? m half ? hweMer ran ot ??.,...- wi?? in ? tew ?tenta? '?ire Dtarrbeea, Di Mtary, Cbetara MatSna Cramps, BpaaiM Seal Stoatash, Naeaaa, Vsmlttag, ll?srt bum. NSrvouaawM, gleepteesaeaa Sieb HsedaelM, C_Ma Platales f aad all Internal P? sa Fifty cm? ? botttt, Sold t?y til tn$$lot? Be Sure to Cet " Railway's." SILVERSMITHS, Broadway and 17th Street, If Y ??????????????????????????f ! Look in the ; ! Telephone I | Directory First ??????a-?? - ?-"^??.!.?is..es I*ACIAL siiti' ll.hUts THE COMPI. lltlOM". TO VII//: TRE 'RIEF JUDGE. REIM 'BLU "Ali STATI COM-flTTES WILL, PROBABLY NEXT Ml ?' II Prom reporta whteh took the fessi .if pei died?? yeeterday ?it the Orientai Hotel, at Mai.'iattan Beach, where ? nator ? iti snd -si-? fri?>n?!? i-'.'ili'r on s-;:rt::\? and other .lay? to irive lera tlon to political affairs, it ??.-??: stuod thai tin mestine ?? tb? Republican st.?* Committee will '???? ?? id Is thla ? ity early la August. Chairasen ('. W. Haeketl arili reeelvs iii.sirii.-ii?.!?>. it was said, in a fen? day?, .1 .1 they will .??? folk???.??.i prompily by .1 call 10 ??ii ths m?-mi., ra Th? commute? v?. ? 1 namli t? ihe He? DUbiicnn candidate '?" ? ??<? 1 j.i..?;, ?ii.? e uri ??* Appeal-, ,???.... ? . ?.? ??<???. wm - ,,. ,.*>??-?-., . from January 1. IkM. The commute? is . ? ? iilrto t?? Issue a declaration ol - :?:iiiiir ih.? Democra tl -Pop 1! ... ;, | and State Is . Havii g given attention ??? the political tttuattoa in .ii; Us bi rings Mr Pinti started hack ??? H.- - Ington uccompanit'd bj l'ongressman ?/??:_?, ili? ??? ?idi ;if of the lt. ? ... ounty ? ?remittee. Well-known Rcpubll mi? wiio talked matura 0 -r with Mr, Piati and Mr Uulgg ? 1 ..? W Aldrldge, St,it.- Hn|i. ioli-r.|. ;,; r?f public Work* l'roil.-ri.-k i>. Kilburn, Sta Bu ?? ? ' Il tnklng, and ? ; nor ? :?. r 1 Davis, of fl Two justices of th? Bui.te Court, noi lacking In ambi ? ??, v.. ?,? al -1 don n al I h it? ?cl ?.? -t. - day, and while allowing the ocean lire? ses te nun-'.? " Ith Ihelr ' ... ?? r. . ?| with ? Platt and his friends ? ?ere Judeo Pardon C, Williams, ol ?\ ? crtown, J?-f ? ?un ??. and Judge Hamilton W ?rd. < t Belmont, Ailegany County They hav? been t? _- -r. 1 .1 ..- prom? Win?: cand I :? ? ' the place In the Couri of \'> I" :!.'? tVhlch I ?.::. \..- ?? M January 1 :i?xt. f ? DURLACHER OUT OF THE P. IV L. The Progreselvi Democratic Lesane, st its re-u lar meeting yesterdaj afternoon, ?-tti.-i t.-v ,-s of Mr. Durlacher, s tose typewritten oatechlsatlos ? f J hn C. ? ?? shan, of Tantm iny Hall, *? I bina into tr.. iM with the rgants-tton, by almost unanlSMMW? ly accepting Duriac er*? reelanatlon from the League, ind ? Ircumstance? which almoet nad?? it an esputa in. The committee of thi i.? ifue submit? '?I with the restgrnation a mi moran lum to th?- f!T.vt tint Durlachi ? )... ? not had ?ny authority ;o r??p r.?? ?! th? !.?..-?- - conference with Mr. Sheehan, thai hii itlon was present? i m aa? tlciputiun of :??:; d b) til? l<eague In bla osse, _n4 tint his alleged Interviews were largely fabricated by himself, .?t:i were -?; ? iu for ? ioli stl ti f.'r tb? purpose of embarra-jlng and dia redlting tiie organisation. A n-.i 'lutlon to appo) it a .? nimlttr?? to r ni>r with oth r organisations In favor ol free sliver aiid te ?Ptcdy lutlon ?f ??? labor probli - a.- adopted ai th?? meeting, sfter .? debate of something :i"?? ss r ?tir and .? half, snd the reel of ? ??- time was t.?k? ? up with .1 discussion si ? ? whether the League lottld repudiate ? document *??p? out bj the l ..-ni.?.? Committee In ?a?-i? i-..??? newspaper es? tract? reflecting upon Ri ini Crober were print? 1. Mr. Croker ? 11 ??? vindicated. The vote, <????.:? tt Anally came, ito ti,?.: . . for letting ' ?<? *x* t: ? ti .?tini. \ /. Ii ??.I ? LAB l\ COS \..' I'D I T. BIT IN VOSI PLACKS ?.'??.?: ATTENTIOM wa? PAID TO IT N,-w-ii.iv. u. Conn.. July ?? The Sunday cieelnf law passed hy i!?.? last Oenei ? Assets br. ? deh, if ?nfon????i, ?..???.? close as everj Men si everj kind In the State, sad even ???'f the aale of I t newspap re, araa not generally obeervd tiir .. t the State to-day, Report? ?he* thai In m>?: ?? ? ces business went <>u ^n? usual. At New-London, h??*??? . v.?;?, with the exception of the drus itores. Bunday buslnesa of everj kiml ?\i> ?usp? u.i? -.1, and at \\ .? Um mil ? ..ll pi u - of i?lne??. aside from di -:g ?torei were closed after Id ocio ? The news? ?,?., re cl ?-. ?? ill da). ? id noi .? Sundu) . r eouid b?' obi ?In? tl In tl ? The law ??.?.? aot . mo?- ?.?.! in an) perl of lh< State, ??. -? v... - 1 iloi:iK' >.. ?f their own ? or?! ?: la g?n?ral!) U lleved Hi ?t there will ".- no prosecutions, unU ? complaint? ?re maule, ? 8BCBETABT 8BEBMAT8 sin,HT ILLNESS, Waahlcurton, July IS. Seen ?.???> Shersnaa, ?was. is luffering fr.un -??? sllfbt ' m ? ' dlssrdsr, ?? r??? ? ?. ' ?? iter to-nlghl III sai -??- ; ? n j te I ? s: ? Department in -? ?! ??? er "? ?_ ion Mia?i*B>?- ???? Ka ?: vi?, 4 oline?. ?I I??1?? S?????'. ?"li??'??li? ??., Buy ^MILLER" Lamps. The? llemillfiil ? ? BOtWt, >n inhrr l.i? . mini? ?; ????' *??' ' ?~f ??<??????> ?? -??? ?.,??? ? ? i-ms? i?'t?- ?eemi The Miller, Il a ?? tat '.". t? d? ilTrs. - -??- ?ll *t*49. orot ? ... ??,? ?? ,?.? M ' EDWARD >.H.I?KR ? fO.?;M.-T^Tim?, >,, ?v..?. Basadwai i-?' >'??" ?' sed Biwctai -N' ?. c;r ihe Best Bicycle Lamp is Millers'37, ?Tnrovcun ^Jt'frtisci?cnte. (,???????:?\? \M? tl?flUISI ?III find * III?? loiulon ?in.??? ??f Tin? Tribuni?. 198 Fleet ??leeet, m ???????????>??? SS-sSsS I?? le???? tli?-lr ?< resiles nasa?? nn?l ???????????|??????? tow Tilt' TrlliiM???. Hotel de Lille et d'Albion _t_ta, Hue ??I. Heiiiin?. Peri?. ii .??,?,??> Hie I'?iII?t1???. ?.???,??????. Place Ven?. S2?Ht.n_^*igSsW_? RfwDsswIse ?.iiH.Kle.irlc Lieht. Ac Tcliiirnms. ?_.??1??????." 1^^-, ^^.^